OOPS: WHEN TECHNOLOGY FAILS
Thursday 30.4, 20:00
Portfolio Live: Yuval Saar, Oded Ben Yehuda, Noa Raviv and Eyal Fried- Head of Design& Technology Master's program in Bezalel.
Friday 1.5, 12:00
A guided tour by Yuval Saar, with several exhibitors.
Yom Ha Zikaron (Memorial day) Ceremony for The Fallen and The Living
Looking Back is More Interesting
Sunday – Thursday, Saturday – 10:00 – 18:00
Friday – 10:00 – 14:00
Guided tours at the exhibition on Fridays
May 15th – special meeting with artists at the closing of the exhibition
The All World's a Stage
10:00-14:00 at the Hnasen House film theatre: The Divine Comedy: Heaven, Purgatory, and Hell by Romeo Castelucci, according to Dante's Divine Comedy
Second screening: June 5th
Screening: Polish Bourekas
Mini Maker After Dark Party
גוף שלישי + 2015
28.5 16:00-22:30 יום פתוח למתעניינים בתוכנית
לתוכניות הימים המלאות ניתן לגלול לתחתית הדף
Back to the Garden of Eden #1
DESIGN WEEK JERUSALEM 2016
At Beit Hansen and Villa Sherover
Broken Kayfabe | Keren Shavit
Closing date: 20.8
Opening hours during the JFF: Wed-Sat 11:00-17:00. For opening hours after the JFF, check mamuta.org
EVENTS AT HANSEN HOUSE
Bonsai Prize And Conference 2018
Jerusalem Design Week 2019 calls on designers
Celebrating 100 Years of Bauhaus
In Print Art Book Fair
JLM WebDev meetup #2
That We’ve Forgotten The Rain
Mamuta Art and Research Center at Hansen House
Curators: Sala-Manca Group
Designing Cultural Landscapes: Dynamic Conservation and Future Challenges for Israel's Bioregion
Guided tour: from a leprous house to a creator's house Advance reservation
Reopening of The Historical Exhibition
Now in Hansen House:
Jerusalem Design Week 2020 announces an open call for designers
Now in Hansen House:
Exhibition: Living Life
Soon in Hansen House:
This is water - A talk with Emilie Glazer and Elad Orian
The Historical Exhibition tells the story of the Leper’s Home, from the foundation of the first establishment in the late 19th century to its present function as a cultural center.
The timeline displayed on the walls delineates the numerous changes that took place in the complex over a period lasting more than a century, in the fields of medicine, society and culture.
The exhibition features original furniture pieces from the asylum, personal belongings owned by the patients, and medical equipment that remained in the complex when the asylum was closed in 2000.
The exhibition reopened a decade following its inauguration in 2009 at the initiative of Ruth Wexler, the Chief Nurse of the Hansen Government Hospital during the last two decades of its existence.
Curator: Karine Shabtai